Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre
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... There was a lovely cathedral there. The ceiling was all timber. Reliving a childhood memory we drove on to Skegness,taking a few photos off the beach. As it was lunchtime we carried on to Cleethorpes and had fish and chips by the beach. This town had a pavilion and donkey rides on the beach. It was your typical English seaside town by the beach. People eating ice cream and sitting on deck chairs. The sun was even out, and it was ...
... arrived in 1066 the country was divided into shires controlled by sheriffs. The shires were Anglo-Saxon and the Normans called them counties. William the Conquerer brought about the census in the 11th Century called the Doomsday book. Apparently there were 2 books. It was still raining and Friederike said that it was not rain but liquid sunshine. Oxford was first mentioned in documents in 982. It became a place of learning ...
... we started working together, we got on like a house on fire. Claire came down to London for a short midweek break with her Mum and I had somehow managed to volunteer my services as a tour guide for Wednesday 6th June 2012. A beautiful sunny day led to us sacking off the use of the tube and walking around the capital. And when I say walking I mean a good 7 miles minimum were walked. Deciding that a nice chilled alcoholic beverage would be just reward, we found ...
So the big question: where to go? There's the obvious backpacky places - Thailand, Oz, NZ. But top of my list, and first place to hit (I fly 30th September) is Japan. I think the sensory overload of a bustling Tokyo, contrasted with the serenity of the old world is fascinating. Plus when I was a kid my old man went a couple of times and I really got into the stories of the samurai and stuff like that. I also spent a few years ...
... but it was worth it all the same.
As I slept slightly uncomfortably through a warm night in Hemel (mainly down to nerves and not down to the heat I would hope) I pondered (good word) over the reason we are doing this and what we want to get out of it. Is it to open our minds?, To be at one or to become more knowledgeable? or is it because we wanted a long holiday? I am still undecided - I just hope we take a lot from it.
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